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This should prove to be a starting point for students and individuals who suffer from Information overload. Also, it informs about other resources than just Google for meaningful content.
Brian Solis writes "Hello everyone! It's that time again when I could use a little help from my friends. After 2 years and two months, The Conversation Prism 4.0 is nearing its completion. To get it over the finish line, I'd love your input. Please take a look at the embedded doc and let me know if there are social tools/services/categories that are missing or if you would remove any as well.
The Conversation Prism has be a go-to resource for Social Media Resource and their use and value for years now. It is impressive that Brian is now crowd sourcing and relying on the users / readers of the diagram to improve it. This is an opportunity for the education, research, training, and open-access community to include their favorite applications that share content and support group work.
Emergent Educational Technologies from Teach Thought and the New Media Consortium:
"1. Cloud Computing (12 Months or Less)
2. Mobile Learning (12 Months or Less)
3. Tablet Computing (12 Months or Less)
4. MOOCs (12 Months or Less)
5. Open Content (2-3 Years)
6. Learning Analytics [infographic source] (2-3 Years)
7. Games and Gamification (2-3 Years)
8. 3D Printing (4-5 Years)
9. Virtual and Remote Laboratories (4-5 Years)
10. Wearable Technology (4-5 Years)"
#Cloud-computing #mobile-learining #tablet-computing #MOOC #Open-Content #learning-analytics #gamification #3D-printing #virtual-laboratories #wearable-technology #emergent-learning-technology #learning
Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge
This article is an interpretation of the New Media Consortium's 2013 report series ( http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2013-horizon-report-HE.pdf ). It presents brief summaries of the 10 emergent technologies within a 1 to 5 year time frame. However, the visible infographic is targeted at section Six - Learning Analytics. There are a number of other comments that go more in depth than I am able, so I'd recommend having a look at them below.
c/o Brian Suda:
"One of the most common questions I get asked is how to get started with data visualisations. Beyond following blogs, you need to practise – and to practise, you need to understand the tools available. In this article, I want to introduce you to 20 different tools for creating visualisations: from simple charts to complex graphs, maps and infographics. Almost everything here is available for free, and some you have probably installed already"
This is a great article does indeed go from viz tools that are more simple to much more complex tools and data manipulation. They are all worth having a look see. This is especially true with the increase of people producing InfoGraphics that most always include charts or some sort of data visualization.
Last month, Araceli Perez of e-interactive created a fantastic infographic resource for social media analytics.
Here are a few highlights:
**Define measureable and actionable KPIs
**Configure your analytics
**The infographic was compiled from Ara and e-interactive’s analytics knowledge and from posts by Gemma Muñoz and myself (from a series I did over on Search Engine Journal)."
Selected by Jan Gordon covering "Curation, Social Business and Beyond"
See Full infographic here: [http://bit.ly/QmVlR0]